News & Reports


First home win in 3 years for elated Axmouth United


First defeat of the season for Premier leaders Alphington as they were surprisingly taken out 2-0 at home by Elmore.
Okehampton Argyle celebrated their first win and revenge against Dawlish United winning 1-0 after losing at Sandy Lane last month.
Lyme Regis won a thriller against the University 3-2 after being behind at the break.



Winkleigh hopes of going joint top of Division One were shattered by a 3-0 defeat at home to Newton St Cyres who really lifted their game.
The only other match saw Chard Town also win 3-0 at home to Topsham Town.

Farway United had a field day in Division Two as they sent Clyst Valley packing 10-1, and the University had little trouble seeing off Feniton 7-0 to make it three wins from three.
A much closer call at Cranbrook where they won 4-3 against Westexe Park Rangers.

The University celebrated their first win in Division Three at Chagford where they came out 5-0.
South Zeal United saw off Broadclyst 4-0 but Lyme Regis were unable to field a team to make the trip to Halwill.

Division Four leaders East Budleigh had their 100% record and leadership taken away by a 5-0 defeat at the University.
St Thomas Social Club jump into top spot after a 5-1 win at Colyton, Alphington went one better winning 6-0 at home to Exeter United, and Elmore consolidated third place with a 4-1 win at Cheriton Fitzpaine.



Division Five leaders Bickleigh with the day off as they were due to play Georgeham and Croyde in the County cup, but were handed a walkover, were joined in first place by St Martins who were too good for new boys Teign Village beaten 5-0.

However there was major delight at Axmouth United where they won their first home match in three years 4-0 against Awliscombe United, and the scorers second half sub Will Campbell 2, Jack Harwood and Matt Ellis were making their season debut.

No matches in Division Six as all twelve teams were in County cup action.

Just three matches played in Division Seven but all good tussles. Otterton up to joint second after winning 3-2 at the University, Bradninch with an opening win also 3-2 against Newton St Cyres, and Seaton Town more than pleased to get back from City Raiders 5-3 ahead.

Joint Division Eight leaders Ex Dons were held to a 2-2 draw by South Zeal, while Bow AAC retained their unbeaten record winning 3-2 at Starcross Dons.
Milwey Rise were without a game as their expected opponents Amory Green Rovers could not field a side.






Sunday 9th October 2022